Thursday, July 17, 2008

MInnesota Caucus Controversy.

Here is a quote from the Minnesota Daily Newspaper,

Sen. Barack Obama took each state that held a caucus Tuesday by an exceptionally wide margin, save American Samoa. In states that held primaries, the margins of victory were more even-keeled, perhaps representing a more realistic method of vote counting.

Clear, concise, exactly what I have been saying on this blog for months. Why are these fraudulent caucus results not being challenged? Minnesota had a two to one margin of victory for Barack Obama, NOBODY believes that if the democratic party held a primary in Minnesota instead of a caucus that Barack Obama would have won by a 2-1 margin. As I recall, Hillary Clinton was actually winning by 7 points in Minnesota just one week before the 2008 caucus was held.

3 comments:

grather said...

Check out Bonnie Erbe's article on "Obama's Fundraising Hypocrisy"

http://www.usnews.com/blogs/erbe/2008/7/21/barack-obamas-fundraising-hypocrisy--a-lobbyist-by-any-other-name.html

Anonymous said...

I tried to attend a Minnesota caucus to support Hillary and was blocked at the door and gave up. I can't say it was BHO supporters, but obviously they took advantage of the total chaos.

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